Muffins B & B
Set in a quiet residential road on the outskirts of Hastings.
We have a comfortable double bedroom with T.V. tea/coffee making facilities, radio alarm, hairdryer and free WiFi.
Adjacent is a twin bedded room, only let with the double which makes it ideal for a family of 4.
Both rooms are in a private area with their own bath/shower room.
Plenty of off road parking
On a bus route for the town, also for Tenterden, Battle and Rye
We are situated approximately 1 mile from the old town of Hastings with its' interesting history, and the promenade, and from Priory Meadow, the shopping arcade and walkway.
Hastings is on a main line for London, just over the hour to Charing Cross.
We are situated on the south-east coast of England, 24 miles east of Lewes the county town of East Sussex.
It claims fame through its' connection with the Norman Conquest and is one of the medieval Cinque Ports. In the Old Town of Hastings there is a warren of narrow streets and timbered houses leading down to the harbour where fishermen still unload their fish on to the beach - there are fishing huts, a fishing museum, and a shipwreck heritage centre.
Hastings has an ancient castle built in 1070 on the West Hill reached by a funicular lift, and St. Clements Caves, once used by smugglers.
There are wonderful cliff walks with views from Fairlight Glen and Ecclestone Glen and gthe Fire Hills, so called because of the yellow blaze of gorse in the spring.
There are 2 theatres, a cinema and the pier which was damaged by fire a year or two again, is about to be rebuilt with the help of the lottery fund.
Muffins Bed & Breakfast
10 Seymour Villas
Hoads Wood Road
Tel: 01424 423024
Mobile: 07904 024363
Muffins Bed & Breakfast Hastings
There are many pretty villages and small towns within easy reach, nestling in the glorious Sussex countryside, with so many lovely walks and sightseeing.
The ancient town of Rye, also a Cinque Port is a few miles away.
With its cobbled streets and ancient buildings, it is another pleasant way to spend time. There is a big general market on a Thursday and the Rye Nature Reserve is a joy for birdwatchers.
The Old Gated Wall In Rye
Other interesting towns nearby are Battle, where the the battle of Hastings took place in 1066, Winchelsea, Tenterden, Bexhill, Lewes and Brighton, and so many more.